How Lawyers Should Use Social Media (Hint: Very Sparingly)
September 28, 2017 POSTED IN: Business Development

I’m going to keep this short, because I want to you to be able to get back to what really matters – your work – as quickly as possible after consuming this concise, important message: Lawyers should use social media as little as possible, and the time they do spend on social networks should be very purposefulREAD MORE

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Three Things Law Firm Websites Should Focus On (But Most Don’t)
September 7, 2017 POSTED IN: Website Development

Most mid-size to large law firm websites cost tens, and often hundreds, of thousands of dollars. They take anywhere from 6 to 18 months to design, develop and launch. On top of the financial investment, huge amounts of internal hours and resources are devoted to most law firm website projects. And for what? Other thanREAD MORE

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